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Game Mode Okay here we go. This question is already on here I think but I thought the Subject name might catch eyes. I turn my Atati on, turn on my TV, put it on channel 3/4, goto menu-game mode-on, nothing....... I have looked everywhere for a solution and nothing. Please, PLEASE help!

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Had the same problem. You have to get a universal remote that matches the tv. Bought it today at Kmart (Walmart has it too). Only set me back $10-11 bucks and most def. worked. Set it to the tv and hit the Input button, GAME mode came right on. Here is what I posted in another forum on here.

I had the same problem until today. I bought the same tv and went to Kmart/Walmart. I bought the RCA Universal remote (RCR412SI). Only set me back $10-11 bucks. Has like 3-4 ways to set the tv, dvd, sat-cable and vcr/aux. Even allows several tvs I believe. Couldn't set it at first, then there was the other method where the remote did the search. Worked! Here is the device, http://www.walmart.com/catalog/detail.gsp?image=http://i.walmartimages.com/i/p/00/07/90/00/33/0007900033211_500X500.jpg&product_id=10740563&iIndex=1&isVariant=false&corpCard=false&type=-9223372036854775808

I hope this helps everyone out. If you have the 6419TC 19" TV, it will work, just make sure you read
the directions and be patient. Will save you money.

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